I sometimes wonder if a person’s style of writing is influenced by their emotional state and personal experiences. I mean, Sylvia Plath wrote beautifully tragic poems and she had had to endure so much suffering in her life.
I just started thinking this because a lot of my story ideas are really sad and upsetting… but they make me feel a lot better.
So, i suppose it’s also just a way to get some things off of your chest and if someone likes what you’ve done, well that’s a bonus really.
The rarest of things - me actually posted something of my own. :)
So, I went to Auto Assembly yesterday, and it was *awesome*. So many great cosplayers. I recognised a few people, and recognised most characters. I loved Brainstorm marching to end oppressions, and the woman cosplaying June Darby won points from me as most obscure. :) The woman doing Drift had the coolest costume, and the Shockwave who’s posing with TFP Megatron was the most entertainingly excitable person I met all day - but so much for emotionless logician, eh? ;) All you guys were awesome!
Double awesome points to anyone who said they liked our cosplay - that’s me and Shafau as Spike and Carly. I will leave it to the reader to guess which is which. :)
Next year, I totally want to do the full weekend. Meet y’all in the bar?
I am so happy that you liked my cosplay! It was really fun to do and seeing that other people thought it looked good made me feel really good about it. Thank you so much!
P.S. I’m the June Darby cosplayer. :)
I just started to think of this last night!
So, I was watching Oliver and Company last night and I ended up thinking about how WEIRD it would be if Sykes was the dad of Silas from Transformers Prime! I have no idea why I thought of it, but I guess I was just tired as hell during that. XD